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I am an independent software consultant specializing in the development of successful Web (AngularJS) and Windows (.NET) applications. I have authored several technical books and speak at conferences.
For work in support of software developers, I have been recognized with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.


  1.   Richard — October 25, 2016 @ 7:48 am    Reply

    Hi Deborah,

    I am trying to separate out the routing as you describe in module 12 but I have some sort of disconnect as the links are clickable but no page change.

    I split the modules out and used the correct export class name for the product-routing.module.ts.

    What is the glue that lets product.module, which has the import of ProductRoutingModule, use the product routing? I have tried a couple of different things but no luck.

    Best regards,

  2.   Francesco Zannino — December 10, 2016 @ 11:06 am    Reply

    Hi Deborah,

    You are my favorite teacher 🙂
    I’m following your Angular2 get Started Course and finaly i got it.
    Your lessons are very professional and well explained.
    Thanks very match….

    •   deborahk — December 29, 2016 @ 10:28 am    Reply

      Thank you so much for the kind words!

  3.   Anu — January 13, 2017 @ 7:35 am    Reply

    Hello Deborah,

    I lead a software development team here in Nigeria and we are a huge fan of your plural sight courses.

    Kindly recommend software development/engineering training courses that will make us more productive.

    The courses can either be online or some members of our team can travel to the US to attend the training.


    •   deborahk — January 27, 2017 @ 4:24 pm    Reply

      Thank you for the kind words. Are you looking for Angular courses? Or C#? Or ?

  4.   AliBayat — April 8, 2017 @ 4:08 am    Reply

    This course is awesome and Deborah excellent method of teaching.

    •   deborahk — April 10, 2017 @ 3:06 pm    Reply

      Thank you!

  5.   Noor — April 14, 2017 @ 6:34 am    Reply

    Hi deborah,
    I’m a big fun of your work and how you presxent it ! Just simple, concise and very rich.

    Could you give us some pointers on how to become such a good developer ?

    Thanks !

    •   deborahk — April 14, 2017 @ 2:31 pm    Reply

      Thank you!

      To answer your question: Practice, practice, practice! Pair programming with someone. Answer questions on stackoverflow. Read everything you can on the subjects you are most interested in. Attend meetups. Volunteer to speak at a meetup. Start a blog. Volunteer to mentor others.

      Best of luck!

  6.   Meenakshisundaram. S — April 17, 2017 @ 10:25 pm    Reply

    Hello Deb,

    I am a web developer and currently working on Angular js 1.x version and I have recently completed “Angular 2: Getting Started course” contributed by you. It is so excellent and you have taken care to even provide every minute details.

    I have a question, “for a scenario where the value of one field in a view has to be listed or filtered based on the value chosen from another field at the top, in that case earlier in angular 1.x when we use $scope to store the previously selected value and access the values at any point and any where to $filter or lodash filter to list the values for the second field but in ‘angular 2’ do we need consider structuring the members in a single class or inherit them (by defining the member in another class) when we need to access the values of subsequent fields for filtering it? Please guide in this part. If you could provide an example it could be so helpful.

    Thanks and Regards,

    •   deborahk — April 18, 2017 @ 10:20 am    Reply

      Thank you so much for the kind words about the course.

      I don’t receive notification of posts to my blog … so this is not the best place to get a quick answer. Especially for questions regarding the course, please post to the course discussion tab on Pluralsight. I get immediate notifications and can answer your course-related questions there.

      As mentioned in the course, an easy way to retain values for use throughout the application is to build a service. You don’t need inheritance. Hope this helps.

  7.   deborahk — January 27, 2017 @ 4:26 pm    Reply

    Thank you for the kind words!

  8.   Meenakshisundaram. S — April 18, 2017 @ 2:32 am    Reply

    I was thinking over after raising the above query. Please correct me if am wrong. The answer for the above question should be “by means of creating object to the class and accessing its members we can access the property values”.


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